David Casa asks Emirati government for cooperation on 17 Black

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2019-03-27T14:52:22+02:00Wed, 27th Mar '19, 14:52|

David Casa has written to the UAE Ambassador in Brussels asking his government to cooperate more on the 17 Black bank account allegedly used to pay Keith Schembri and Konrad Mizzi bribes from Yorgen Fenech of Tumas Group and the Electrogas consortium. In his Egrant inquiry report, Magistrate Aaron Bugeja lamented he got no response [...]

Arresting the self

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2019-03-27T14:41:04+02:00Wed, 27th Mar '19, 14:41|

There’s one thing I still fail to understand here with all the talk of magisterial inquiries. Where in the world do the suspects define when and to what extent they are going to be investigated? Look at this video of a One TV journalist challenging Adrian Delia to call for a magisterial inquiry into the [...]

Remembering memory

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2019-03-27T14:03:03+02:00Wed, 27th Mar '19, 14:01|

No one is to blame for what happened when an Islamophobic, white-supremacist, murdering terrorist scribbled ‘Malta 1565’ on his murder weapon along with other historical citations as a sort of totem to inspire his vicious crime. No one, I mean, except of course himself and those who supported him. But we should be a little [...]

Reżistenza: “Since Muscat came into power we got a reputation of being modern day pirates”

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2019-03-27T12:39:56+02:00Wed, 27th Mar '19, 12:39|

Statement by Reżistenza Malta: A few days before the 40th anniversary of when Malta freed itself from the last traces of colonial power, we’re dismayed that the country’s reputation went to the dogs. Malta’s name has become associated with lack of transparency and rule of law. Maltese who attend meetings in international fora know this [...]